posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 07:13 AM
It was an amazing movie, and I strongly recommend seeing it.
When I watched it, I didn't actually think they were clones, maybe because the movie never outwardly calls them clones (they're called Fabricants),
and also, the clones don't look alike. I suppose clones don't have to all look the same if they're created from different people, but wouldn't it
be more efficient to have them all be from the same perfect clone? Maybe that would freak Purebloods out too much and they wouldn't want to go to
that restaurant, so then I could see why they are made to look different from one another.
Not all of them have free-will by the way. Only 2 of them in the film actually do, or at least that we are aware of. Why these two? They don't really
say. Maybe that's why the fabricants graduate because if they exist for too long they start to question. I'm assuming they start off as newborns in
the adult stage, and since newborns don't really question the status quo, the corporation/government that controls them removes them at a certain
point to keep them in check.
Overall, that story was my favorite of all the stories being told in the film. But I probably wouldn't have felt that way had Doona Bae's
performance been so amazing. Also, the character Hae-Joo Chang was extremely handsome in a non-conventional type of way way. The fact that I couldn't
keep my eyes off of him, and that shirtless scene made me swoon, is probably why I liked that story in particular so much too.